3-1-2011 March 1 D1 College Scores

D1 COLLEGE MARCH 1 2011

TOP 25 (USA Softball poll 3/1/11)

1.  Alabama

2.  Georgia

3.  Florida

4.  Arizona

5.  Michigan def Valparaiso 2-1, def Central Florida 10-1

6.  Washington

7.  Arizona State

8.  Tennessee

9.  UCLA

10.  California

11.  Oklahoma

12.  Texas

13.  Oregon

14.  Stanford

15.  Oklahoma State

16.  Hawaii

17.  Missouri

18.  ULL

19.  Texas Tech

20.  Nebraska

21.  LSU

22.  Texas A&M

23.  Houston

24.  Kentucky

25.  Auburn

 

GAME NOTES
Spy reports, Game tracker, UCS, NFCA, college sources

Michigan 2, Valparaiso 1.  After Valpo stranded two top 1st, Evans singled, advanced on a sac by Sappingfield, Shaw walked, Chidester singled in the run, but the Wolverines, who scratched out 7 hits, also stranded two.  Michigan stranded a runner in each of the next three innings before loading the bases in the 5th – and leaving them there.  Finally, in the 7th, Sappingfield singled, Shaw walked again, the runners advanced on Chidester’s sac bunt, Lane was intentionally walked, loading the bases with two out, Blanchard reached on a fielding error at 3rd, Sappingfield scored.

Michigan 10, Central Florida 1.  Top 2nd, two on (walks), two out,, Evans singled, rbi.  Sappingfield singled, 2 rbi.  Bottom 3rd, UCF took one back when Lane opened with a single, advanced on a sac by Jest, and scored on Land’s single.  With two on in the 4th, Sappingfield singled in a run; Chidester rbi single; Lane rbi single, 6-1.  After another run in the 5th, UM added a trio to reach run-rule territory, on Knapp’s 3-run double.

Georgia Tech 3, Georgia State 0.  Kristen Adkins’ 10 Ks are a career high.  Delashmit scored on a sac fly in the 2nd.  Priebe jacked a solo homer top 6th.  Jones scored on Weseman’s rbi single in the 7th.

 

SCOREBOARDS

Ultimate College Softball, Gametracker, NFCA, college web sites

 

 Southland Conference

Texas A&M-CC 2,  TexasTexas-San Antonio 0

Texas A&M-CC 1,  TexasTexas-San Antonio 0

Sam Houston State 10, Stephen F. Austin 2

Sam Houston State 2, Stephen F. Austin 1

Northwestern State 3, McNeese State 1

Northwestern State 3, McNeese State 2

UT Arlington 2, Texas State 0

UT Arlington 2, Texas State 0

NON-TOURNAMENT GAMES

 George Washington 4, UMBC 2 

UMBC 8, George Washington 5 

Michigan 2, Valparaiso 1
WP Stephanie Speierman 3H, 9K.  LP Alex Lagesse

UCF 6, Valparaiso 1 

Michigan 10,  Central Florida 1
WP Jordan Taylor 6H, 9K. LP Diana Rojas

Western Michigan 2,  Maine 1

Maine 3, Western Michigan 2

UNC-Wilmington 5,  North Carolina Central 0

Baylor swept Prairie View A&M 8-0, 6-1

Central Arkansas 12, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 1 (5)

Central Arkansas 12, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0 (5)

Eastern Michigan 2,  Saint Francis 0

Eastern Michigan 10, Saint Francis 1

Georgia Tech 3, Georgia State 0
WP Kristen Adkins 2H, 10K.  LP Langford McCall 3H, 8K

Ole Miss 11, Alcorn State 0

Alcorn State 3, Mississippi 1 (8)

Jacksonville State 11, Kennesaw State 1 (5)

UAB 8, Mississippi State 0

 

MONDAY RECAP
(Spy spent the day enjoying the hospitality and efficiency of United Airlines; getting to bed at 2am.  Makes for fond memories of Congo Air.)

 

Oregon(14-2) wrapped up the Libby Matson Tournament Monday with a convincing 9-1 win over host Pacific (7-3) at Bill Simoni Field.

Junior Jessica Moore (6-1) won her third contest of the trip and kept her 0.00 weekend ERA spotless to go along with five strikeouts, four walks, and two hits allowed in the five-inning start.  Junior Mikayla Endicott pitched the sixth (1K, 0 BB, 1 H) and senior Brittany Rumfelt the seventh (2 K, 1 BB, 0 H).

Oregon had 11 hits from seven players, junior Christie Nieto led the Ducks with her 3-for-3 effort that included a pair of doubles in the third and seventh innings. Two other Ducks collected a pair of hits – sophomore Samantha Pappas (2-for-4, 3 runs) and freshman Courtney Ceo (2-for-4).

UO relied on a four-run third inning, then added three runs in the fourth, and single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to earn revenge. In their previous meeting, the Tigers won Saturday’s tourney opener, 4-2, via a sixth-inning comeback.

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